The Crypto Genius – Can You Trust This Bitcoin Software Pitch?
Short story, it's a scam. Long story, read along…
Founded by Chris Petersen, Crypto Genius is a cryptocurrency auto-trading software which was launched this week. It claims that it can make you earn $5,900 Per Day.
Petersen says he hired a team of experts to create a cryptocurrency trading software that is faster than any other solution on the market. Using his methods, he claims to have accumulated more than $13 million in 18 months by trading in cryptocurrencies.
Crypto Genius claims to search for the most profitable trades for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, and other alt-coins. It then enters with a position 0.39 faster than other systems thanks to its South Korean fiber optic technology.
After registering on the website, Crypto Genius will require you to deposit at least $250 with an unregulated broker called Stox Market. The app, which repeatedly analyzes the market for profit opportunities, will then open trades with user's deposit using its auto-trading signals. The software is compressed with a complex trading algorithm that can identify every single profitable trading opportunity. Then it exploits placing a winning trade on the market.
The Crypto Genius is browser-based so that you will not need to install and download additional files and packages. You can run the system from your browser and even on your phone, thanks to the mobile version of the software, which is accessible from both Android and iOS devices.
Is Crypto Genius Legit?
Crypto Genius is a SCAM.
Chris Petersen is a fictitious persona, crafted for the purposes of the promotion using a stock photo. The testimonials on the site are fake, using fake pictures from the internet. The video testimonials are made using paid actors who provide fake testimonials for just a few bucks..
The software links user account to unregulated and blacklisted brokers. Money deposited on the platform is money lost and the deposit is irrecoverable.
The results presented on the site are unrealistic, cannot be verified and seem to be randomly generated. Many gullible traders have already reported that they have been scammed.
I'll give you a rule of thumb for these online trading and investment platforms. If you come across a video featuring a booming baritone and a montage of snazzy sports cars, then it's invariably a scam. Ostentation is the mask worn to conceal empty virtues.